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Writing America : Language and Composition in Context / David A. Jolliffe, University of Arkansas, Hephzibah Roskelly, University of North Carolina at Greensboro. [print]

By: Jolliffe, David A [author]Contributor(s): Roskelly, HephzibahMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Boston : Pearson, [(c)2014. Edition: AP editionDescription: xxviii, 1012 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780132748803; 0132748800Subject(s): English language -- Composition and exercises | Readers (Secondary) | Language arts (Secondary)LOC classification: PE1408.W758 2014PE1408.R821.W758 2014COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
PennsylvaniaRT 1. Reading and writing. 1. Reading as inventing 2. Reading genres 3. Composing rhetorically 4. Rhetoric and analysis 5. Argument 6. The researched or synthesis essay 7. Sentences.
PennsylvaniaRT 2. An anthology of readings and images. Unit 1. How do we become a nation? : Pre-colonial times to 1789 Unit 2. How do we build a nation? : 1789-1837 Unit 3. How do we preserve a nation? : 1837-1865 Unit 4. How do we recover a nation? : 1865-1933 Unit 5. How should a nation change? : 1933-1970 Unit 6. How does a nation learn to live in the world? : 1970-present. Appendix 1. Public speaking Appendix 2. Listening skills Appendix 3. Conducting research and documenting sources. Glossary of rhetorical terms Credits Index.
Summary: Renowned authors, former Chief Readers, and highly respected members of the Advanced Placement community. David A. Joliffe and Hephzibah Roskelly deliver a truly revolutionary program for the AP Language and Composition classroom. The first of its kind, Writing America is keyed directly to AP Language and Composition outcomes and carefully aligned to the Common Core State Standards to ensure students are well prepared for success in their English course, on the AP Exam, and beyond. This combined reader and rhetoric artfully blends American texts, culture, and history to teach student the rhetorical skills needed for the AP Language and Composition course while engaging them in critical reading, thinking, and writing about timeless issues and contemporary concerns. Find the most extensive teacher support available with customized resources designed by AP teachers for AP teachers.
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Renowned authors, former Chief Readers, and highly respected members of the Advanced Placement community. David A. Joliffe and Hephzibah Roskelly deliver a truly revolutionary program for the AP Language and Composition classroom. The first of its kind, Writing America is keyed directly to AP Language and Composition outcomes and carefully aligned to the Common Core State Standards to ensure students are well prepared for success in their English course, on the AP Exam, and beyond. This combined reader and rhetoric artfully blends American texts, culture, and history to teach student the rhetorical skills needed for the AP Language and Composition course while engaging them in critical reading, thinking, and writing about timeless issues and contemporary concerns. Find the most extensive teacher support available with customized resources designed by AP teachers for AP teachers.

PennsylvaniaRT 1. Reading and writing. 1. Reading as inventing 2. Reading genres 3. Composing rhetorically 4. Rhetoric and analysis 5. Argument 6. The researched or synthesis essay 7. Sentences.

PennsylvaniaRT 2. An anthology of readings and images. Unit 1. How do we become a nation? : Pre-colonial times to 1789 Unit 2. How do we build a nation? : 1789-1837 Unit 3. How do we preserve a nation? : 1837-1865 Unit 4. How do we recover a nation? : 1865-1933 Unit 5. How should a nation change? : 1933-1970 Unit 6. How does a nation learn to live in the world? : 1970-present. Appendix 1. Public speaking Appendix 2. Listening skills Appendix 3. Conducting research and documenting sources. Glossary of rhetorical terms Credits Index.

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